U.S. oyster production has exploded in the past decade, and now the U.K. is leading the way.
But here in the U-K., oyster farming is also booming.
The British government has promised to protect the environment by cracking down on pollution, which is often blamed on oyster farms.
But for the U.-K.
oysters are not a priority.
The British government’s oyster quota is around 3,500 tonnes, so oysters will only make up about 1% of the British seafood production.
In the U, there are currently over 60,000 tonnes of oysters.
While the U’s government is trying to increase the oyster industry, the British government also needs to boost oyster exports.
There are some concerns about the health of British oysters, but most people are willing to pay higher prices for British oyster, so they are going to pay more for the fish.
That’s the issue with the British oystering industry.
It’s an easy way to get money for government projects, but the fish are not what they are made out to be.
“It is a way to make money,” said U.k. oysterer Chris Beech, who is based in the United States.
“We have a problem with the oysters here,” Beech told CNN.
“The British are just killing them.”
The British oystery industry is a relatively small business, with around 2,000 oysters produced per year, which means it takes about two years to produce one kilogram of oyster.
It also takes a lot of labor.
“If you look at what the industry is doing, the workers are mostly paid about $5 an hour,” said Beech.
“You’re not going to find any union.
There is no health care.”
While the oysterers in the British U-King are not complaining, many U.s. oymers are upset with the government for their treatment of the fish, especially since the U government is paying them a living wage.
“They have been getting paid less than the British, and they are also getting very little of what they need to live on,” said Peter Green, the CEO of the American Oyster Association, an industry group in the state of Pennsylvania.
“What we are seeing is a government subsidy, and it is really not sustainable.”
British oyster growers have been complaining for years about the environmental damage caused by the U and U-Kings fishing industry.
A recent survey found that 80% of British farmers are concerned about the pollution that the U oysters produce.
King government has been working to address that, with a plan to introduce a “sustainable” quota for British producers.
Green said that despite the problems, the U could make a difference in oyster harvests.
“The U of K has always been a good oyster producer,” he said.
“If we can keep up with British demand and make sure they can keep producing a lot more oysters than they are producing now, we can help.”
Beech said that he has been farming oysters since he was a teenager, and has had many experiences.
“I’ve been out there fishing, I’ve been in the field and I’ve done it on the side, and I feel it’s a good opportunity to try to do that,” he added.